The Councilors of Commerce and Markets, Juan Fernando Hernández;
and the Urban Agenda and Open Government, Mercedes Bernabé, today visited the commercial gallery of the San Andres supply plaza to assess the location of a Bibliomercado service in its facilities.
It would be the second space of this type that houses a municipal supply plaza.
The first was the supply market of Saavedra Fajardo, a pioneering experience that, being very positive, has enabled this initiative to now move to the San Andres market.
For this, the Department of Commerce and Markets will collaborate with the Urban Agenda and Open Government, acquiring the commitment to assign, reform and condition one of the spaces of the commercial gallery of San Andrés for the future Bibliomercado.
"With this type of initiatives we continue to boost our municipal supply spaces so that they become meeting and coexistence points capable of bringing together an increasingly wide and heterogeneous audience, in addition to boosting small businesses," said the mayor Juan Fernando Hernandez
In this sense, the councilor responsible for Markets has announced that his Department is also studying the possibility of creating a Gastronomic Classroom type to that of the Veronicas market, in this case, it would be connected to the Library service to expand the service.
For her part, Councilwoman Mercedes Bernabé, who has accompanied the mayor of Commerce and Markets this morning to learn about the facilities, has assessed in a very positive way the implementation of this initiative that would be framed within Murcia Capital of Gastronomy and will offer the latest editorial news in gastronomy, food, nutrition and health.
"We want that the reading is present in all the actions of the day to day. The objective is to generate a bond of union between the squares of supplies and our libraries, promoting these points for the neighborhood meeting and the promotion of the coexistence", highlighted Barnabas.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Murcia